TOC: Feminist Review: Volume 90, Issue 1 (October 2008)


‘I Like Your Colour!’ skin bleaching and geographies of race in urban Ghana – Jemima Pierre

why queer diaspora? – Meg Wesling

diasporic governmentality: on the gendered limits of migrant wage-labour in Portugal – Kesha Fikes

wal-mart, ‘katrina’, and other ideological tricks: Jamaican hotel workers in Michigan – Deborah A Thomas

engendering ‘race’ in calls for diasporic community in Sweden – Lena Sawyer

postcolonial criticism, transnational identifications and the hegemonies of dancehall’s academic and popular performativities – Denise Noble

the comic side of gender trouble and Bert Williams’ signature act – Michelle Ann Stephens

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